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Linda Benedict  |  12/5/2009 3:18:02 AM

Looney funds animal sciences graduate assistantship
Charles R. Looney, president and founder of OvaGenix of Bryan, Texas, has established a graduate assistantship in the Department of Animal Sciences. Read more.

‘Golden’ rice could help reduce malnutrition
LSU AgCenter researchers are assisting a humanitarian group with a genetically engineered product known as “golden” rice that could help reduce malnutrition. Read more.

Top researchers honored
The top research awards presented during the 2004 LSU AgCenter Annual Conference. Read more.

Jack Hamilton endowed chair created
The LSU AgCenter will have a $1 million endowed chair in cotton production as the result of industry donations honoring a man who was a driving force in Louisiana cotton production. Read more,

Tiny rice pest discovered
Boris Castro, LSU AgCenter entomologist, has discovered a new pest of rice – a tiny fly. Read more.

(These articles were published in the winter 2005 issue of Louisiana Agriculture.)

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